We Could Steal Time, by dorcas_gustine (R)

  • Apr. 18th, 2011 at 10:00 PM
It's theme week again! This week: Sci-Fi Small Fandom


Title: We Could Steal Time
Fandom: Life on Mars
Pairing: Sam Tyler/Gene Hunt
Categories: AU, Drama, Romance, Time Travel
Length: Long (~34,000 words)
Warnings: racism, sexism, abuse of police procedure, mental illness (real and imagined), partner infidelity (kind of), very depressing in places but there is a happy(ish) ending.

Author on LJ: [livejournal.com profile] dorcas_gustine
Website: Fic Masterlist

Summary: Sam wakes up in 2006 after a year passes, and six months later, DCI Gene Hunt transfers in from Hyde.

Review:
Please don't let my absolutely terrible summary turn you off this story, it is *fantastic*. I just loved how Sam and Gene get together, their dynamic is very smartly done here. The story is split into two parts, connected by an interesting case. The first part is all about Sam and Gene learning to find a middle-y ground concerning their differing views on police procedure, and figuring out their feelings for each other as they try to solve a baffling string of murders. But then Sam is suddenly swept back into 2006, and he's having trouble adjusting. Fortunately, Gene is similarly swept up in the time travel shenanigans, and soon they're on the case again! I will never get tired of Gene Hunt navigating the 21st century, and there are some killer moments in here (I've got one word for you: Teletubbies.)

We Could Steal Time

We Could Steal Time, by dorcas_gustine (R)

  • Apr. 18th, 2011 at 10:00 PM
It's theme week again! This week: Sci-Fi Small Fandom


Title: We Could Steal Time
Fandom: Life on Mars
Pairing: Sam Tyler/Gene Hunt
Categories: AU, Drama, Romance, Time Travel
Length: Long (~34,000 words)
Warnings: racism, sexism, abuse of police procedure, mental illness (real and imagined), partner infidelity (kind of), very depressing in places but there is a happy(ish) ending.

Author on LJ: [livejournal.com profile] dorcas_gustine
Website: Fic Masterlist

Summary: Sam wakes up in 2006 after a year passes, and six months later, DCI Gene Hunt transfers in from Hyde.

Review:
Please don't let my absolutely terrible summary turn you off this story, it is *fantastic*. I just loved how Sam and Gene get together, their dynamic is very smartly done here. The story is split into two parts, connected by an interesting case. The first part is all about Sam and Gene learning to find a middle-y ground concerning their differing views on police procedure, and figuring out their feelings for each other as they try to solve a baffling string of murders. But then Sam is suddenly swept back into 2006, and he's having trouble adjusting. Fortunately, Gene is similarly swept up in the time travel shenanigans, and soon they're on the case again! I will never get tired of Gene Hunt navigating the 21st century, and there are some killer moments in here (I've got one word for you: Teletubbies.)

We Could Steal Time

We Could Steal Time, by dorcas_gustine (R)

  • Apr. 18th, 2011 at 10:00 PM
It's theme week again! This week: Sci-Fi Small Fandom


Title: We Could Steal Time
Fandom: Life on Mars
Pairing: Sam Tyler/Gene Hunt
Categories: AU, Drama, Romance, Time Travel
Length: Long (~34,000 words)
Warnings: racism, sexism, abuse of police procedure, mental illness (real and imagined), partner infidelity (kind of), very depressing in places but there is a happy(ish) ending.

Author on LJ: [livejournal.com profile] dorcas_gustine
Website: Fic Masterlist

Summary: Sam wakes up in 2006 after a year passes, and six months later, DCI Gene Hunt transfers in from Hyde.

Review:
Please don't let my absolutely terrible summary turn you off this story, it is *fantastic*. I just loved how Sam and Gene get together, their dynamic is very smartly done here. The story is split into two parts, connected by an interesting case. The first part is all about Sam and Gene learning to find a middle-y ground concerning their differing views on police procedure, and figuring out their feelings for each other as they try to solve a baffling string of murders. But then Sam is suddenly swept back into 2006, and he's having trouble adjusting. Fortunately, Gene is similarly swept up in the time travel shenanigans, and soon they're on the case again! I will never get tired of Gene Hunt navigating the 21st century, and there are some killer moments in here (I've got one word for you: Teletubbies.)

We Could Steal Time

We Could Steal Time, by dorcas_gustine (R)

  • Apr. 18th, 2011 at 10:00 PM
It's theme week again! This week: Sci-Fi Small Fandom


Title: We Could Steal Time
Fandom: Life on Mars
Pairing: Sam Tyler/Gene Hunt
Categories: AU, Drama, Romance, Time Travel
Length: Long (~34,000 words)
Warnings: racism, sexism, abuse of police procedure, mental illness (real and imagined), partner infidelity (kind of), very depressing in places but there is a happy(ish) ending.

Author on LJ: [livejournal.com profile] dorcas_gustine
Website: Fic Masterlist

Summary: Sam wakes up in 2006 after a year passes, and six months later, DCI Gene Hunt transfers in from Hyde.

Review:
Please don't let my absolutely terrible summary turn you off this story, it is *fantastic*. I just loved how Sam and Gene get together, their dynamic is very smartly done here. The story is split into two parts, connected by an interesting case. The first part is all about Sam and Gene learning to find a middle-y ground concerning their differing views on police procedure, and figuring out their feelings for each other as they try to solve a baffling string of murders. But then Sam is suddenly swept back into 2006, and he's having trouble adjusting. Fortunately, Gene is similarly swept up in the time travel shenanigans, and soon they're on the case again! I will never get tired of Gene Hunt navigating the 21st century, and there are some killer moments in here (I've got one word for you: Teletubbies.)

We Could Steal Time

We Could Steal Time, by dorcas_gustine (R)

  • Apr. 18th, 2011 at 10:00 PM
It's theme week again! This week: Sci-Fi Small Fandom


Title: We Could Steal Time
Fandom: Life on Mars
Pairing: Sam Tyler/Gene Hunt
Categories: AU, Drama, Romance, Time Travel
Length: Long (~34,000 words)
Warnings: racism, sexism, abuse of police procedure, mental illness (real and imagined), partner infidelity (kind of), very depressing in places but there is a happy(ish) ending.

Author on LJ: [livejournal.com profile] dorcas_gustine
Website: Fic Masterlist

Summary: Sam wakes up in 2006 after a year passes, and six months later, DCI Gene Hunt transfers in from Hyde.

Review:
Please don't let my absolutely terrible summary turn you off this story, it is *fantastic*. I just loved how Sam and Gene get together, their dynamic is very smartly done here. The story is split into two parts, connected by an interesting case. The first part is all about Sam and Gene learning to find a middle-y ground concerning their differing views on police procedure, and figuring out their feelings for each other as they try to solve a baffling string of murders. But then Sam is suddenly swept back into 2006, and he's having trouble adjusting. Fortunately, Gene is similarly swept up in the time travel shenanigans, and soon they're on the case again! I will never get tired of Gene Hunt navigating the 21st century, and there are some killer moments in here (I've got one word for you: Teletubbies.)

We Could Steal Time

We Could Steal Time, by dorcas_gustine (R)

  • Apr. 18th, 2011 at 10:00 PM
It's theme week again! This week: Sci-Fi Small Fandom


Title: We Could Steal Time
Fandom: Life on Mars
Pairing: Sam Tyler/Gene Hunt
Categories: AU, Drama, Romance, Time Travel
Length: Long (~34,000 words)
Warnings: racism, sexism, abuse of police procedure, mental illness (real and imagined), partner infidelity (kind of), very depressing in places but there is a happy(ish) ending.

Author on LJ: [livejournal.com profile] dorcas_gustine
Website: Fic Masterlist

Summary: Sam wakes up in 2006 after a year passes, and six months later, DCI Gene Hunt transfers in from Hyde.

Review:
Please don't let my absolutely terrible summary turn you off this story, it is *fantastic*. I just loved how Sam and Gene get together, their dynamic is very smartly done here. The story is split into two parts, connected by an interesting case. The first part is all about Sam and Gene learning to find a middle-y ground concerning their differing views on police procedure, and figuring out their feelings for each other as they try to solve a baffling string of murders. But then Sam is suddenly swept back into 2006, and he's having trouble adjusting. Fortunately, Gene is similarly swept up in the time travel shenanigans, and soon they're on the case again! I will never get tired of Gene Hunt navigating the 21st century, and there are some killer moments in here (I've got one word for you: Teletubbies.)

We Could Steal Time
Title: The Undercover Series
Fandom: Life on Mars
Pairing: Gene/Sam
Categories: AU, angst, case-file, drama, romance
Length: Epic (~100,000 words)
Warnings: assume all the usual warnings of a crime show (minor character deaths, violence, etc.)

Author on LJ: [livejournal.com profile] mikes_grrl
Website: n/a

Author's Summary: A murder happens that hits close to Gene; meanwhile, Sam gets dragged into the underground queer society of Manchester by the unlikeliest tour guide ever, and is quickly and dangerously in way over his head.

Review:
The brutal murder of an young man, whom both Gene and Sam were aquainted with, forces Gene to reveal secrets about himself and leaves Sam in cultural shock. New to the queer scene, Sam tries to understand the intricacies of this underground society while solving a murder. And when Gene and Sam get roped into a gay-rights movement, they realize it is not only their careers at risk, but it might ultimately cost them their lives.

What you must remember before starting this series is that it's set in Manchester in the 1970s. Britain was a different place back then and people had different beliefs (and let's not forgot it wasn't so long ago the US had laws enforcing racial segregation). Be ready for plenty of homophobia and gay-bashing in this series, from general public, but also from amongst their own people.

Gene and Sam's relationship can be best described as "tumultuous". Even though the series has a happy ending, I can't help but worry for their future and whether they are strong enough to stay together. Highly recommended, but perhaps not for the faint-hearted.

The Undercover Series (tag for the entire series; flip back two pages and scroll to the bottom)
Title: The Undercover Series
Fandom: Life on Mars
Pairing: Gene/Sam
Categories: AU, angst, case-file, drama, romance
Length: Epic (~100,000 words)
Warnings: assume all the usual warnings of a crime show (minor character deaths, violence, etc.)

Author on LJ: [livejournal.com profile] mikes_grrl
Website: n/a

Author's Summary: A murder happens that hits close to Gene; meanwhile, Sam gets dragged into the underground queer society of Manchester by the unlikeliest tour guide ever, and is quickly and dangerously in way over his head.

Review:
The brutal murder of an young man, whom both Gene and Sam were aquainted with, forces Gene to reveal secrets about himself and leaves Sam in cultural shock. New to the queer scene, Sam tries to understand the intricacies of this underground society while solving a murder. And when Gene and Sam get roped into a gay-rights movement, they realize it is not only their careers at risk, but it might ultimately cost them their lives.

What you must remember before starting this series is that it's set in Manchester in the 1970s. Britain was a different place back then and people had different beliefs (and let's not forgot it wasn't so long ago the US had laws enforcing racial segregation). Be ready for plenty of homophobia and gay-bashing in this series, from general public, but also from amongst their own people.

Gene and Sam's relationship can be best described as "tumultuous". Even though the series has a happy ending, I can't help but worry for their future and whether they are strong enough to stay together. Highly recommended, but perhaps not for the faint-hearted.

The Undercover Series (tag for the entire series; flip back two pages and scroll to the bottom)
Title: The Undercover Series
Fandom: Life on Mars
Pairing: Gene/Sam
Categories: AU, angst, case-file, drama, romance
Length: Epic (~100,000 words)
Warnings: assume all the usual warnings of a crime show (minor character deaths, violence, etc.)

Author on LJ: [livejournal.com profile] mikes_grrl
Website: n/a

Author's Summary: A murder happens that hits close to Gene; meanwhile, Sam gets dragged into the underground queer society of Manchester by the unlikeliest tour guide ever, and is quickly and dangerously in way over his head.

Review:
The brutal murder of an young man, whom both Gene and Sam were aquainted with, forces Gene to reveal secrets about himself and leaves Sam in cultural shock. New to the queer scene, Sam tries to understand the intricacies of this underground society while solving a murder. And when Gene and Sam get roped into a gay-rights movement, they realize it is not only their careers at risk, but it might ultimately cost them their lives.

What you must remember before starting this series is that it's set in Manchester in the 1970s. Britain was a different place back then and people had different beliefs (and let's not forgot it wasn't so long ago the US had laws enforcing racial segregation). Be ready for plenty of homophobia and gay-bashing in this series, from general public, but also from amongst their own people.

Gene and Sam's relationship can be best described as "tumultuous". Even though the series has a happy ending, I can't help but worry for their future and whether they are strong enough to stay together. Highly recommended, but perhaps not for the faint-hearted.

The Undercover Series (tag for the entire series; flip back two pages and scroll to the bottom)
Title: The Undercover Series
Fandom: Life on Mars
Pairing: Gene/Sam
Categories: AU, angst, case-file, drama, romance
Length: Epic (~100,000 words)
Warnings: assume all the usual warnings of a crime show (minor character deaths, violence, etc.)

Author on LJ: [livejournal.com profile] mikes_grrl
Website: n/a

Author's Summary: A murder happens that hits close to Gene; meanwhile, Sam gets dragged into the underground queer society of Manchester by the unlikeliest tour guide ever, and is quickly and dangerously in way over his head.

Review:
The brutal murder of an young man, whom both Gene and Sam were aquainted with, forces Gene to reveal secrets about himself and leaves Sam in cultural shock. New to the queer scene, Sam tries to understand the intricacies of this underground society while solving a murder. And when Gene and Sam get roped into a gay-rights movement, they realize it is not only their careers at risk, but it might ultimately cost them their lives.

What you must remember before starting this series is that it's set in Manchester in the 1970s. Britain was a different place back then and people had different beliefs (and let's not forgot it wasn't so long ago the US had laws enforcing racial segregation). Be ready for plenty of homophobia and gay-bashing in this series, from general public, but also from amongst their own people.

Gene and Sam's relationship can be best described as "tumultuous". Even though the series has a happy ending, I can't help but worry for their future and whether they are strong enough to stay together. Highly recommended, but perhaps not for the faint-hearted.

The Undercover Series (tag for the entire series; flip back two pages and scroll to the bottom)
Title: The Undercover Series
Fandom: Life on Mars
Pairing: Gene/Sam
Categories: AU, angst, case-file, drama, romance
Length: Epic (~100,000 words)
Warnings: assume all the usual warnings of a crime show (minor character deaths, violence, etc.)

Author on LJ: [livejournal.com profile] mikes_grrl
Website: n/a

Author's Summary: A murder happens that hits close to Gene; meanwhile, Sam gets dragged into the underground queer society of Manchester by the unlikeliest tour guide ever, and is quickly and dangerously in way over his head.

Review:
The brutal murder of an young man, whom both Gene and Sam were aquainted with, forces Gene to reveal secrets about himself and leaves Sam in cultural shock. New to the queer scene, Sam tries to understand the intricacies of this underground society while solving a murder. And when Gene and Sam get roped into a gay-rights movement, they realize it is not only their careers at risk, but it might ultimately cost them their lives.

What you must remember before starting this series is that it's set in Manchester in the 1970s. Britain was a different place back then and people had different beliefs (and let's not forgot it wasn't so long ago the US had laws enforcing racial segregation). Be ready for plenty of homophobia and gay-bashing in this series, from general public, but also from amongst their own people.

Gene and Sam's relationship can be best described as "tumultuous". Even though the series has a happy ending, I can't help but worry for their future and whether they are strong enough to stay together. Highly recommended, but perhaps not for the faint-hearted.

The Undercover Series (tag for the entire series; flip back two pages and scroll to the bottom)
Title: The Undercover Series
Fandom: Life on Mars
Pairing: Gene/Sam
Categories: AU, angst, case-file, drama, romance
Length: Epic (~100,000 words)
Warnings: assume all the usual warnings of a crime show (minor character deaths, violence, etc.)

Author on LJ: [livejournal.com profile] mikes_grrl
Website: n/a

Author's Summary: A murder happens that hits close to Gene; meanwhile, Sam gets dragged into the underground queer society of Manchester by the unlikeliest tour guide ever, and is quickly and dangerously in way over his head.

Review:
The brutal murder of an young man, whom both Gene and Sam were aquainted with, forces Gene to reveal secrets about himself and leaves Sam in cultural shock. New to the queer scene, Sam tries to understand the intricacies of this underground society while solving a murder. And when Gene and Sam get roped into a gay-rights movement, they realize it is not only their careers at risk, but it might ultimately cost them their lives.

What you must remember before starting this series is that it's set in Manchester in the 1970s. Britain was a different place back then and people had different beliefs (and let's not forgot it wasn't so long ago the US had laws enforcing racial segregation). Be ready for plenty of homophobia and gay-bashing in this series, from general public, but also from amongst their own people.

Gene and Sam's relationship can be best described as "tumultuous". Even though the series has a happy ending, I can't help but worry for their future and whether they are strong enough to stay together. Highly recommended, but perhaps not for the faint-hearted.

The Undercover Series (tag for the entire series; flip back two pages and scroll to the bottom)
Recced by [livejournal.com profile] fathomlessspite :

Title: All the editions of you by dorcas_gustine
Fandom: Life on Mars
Pairing: Sam/Gene, Sam/Annie (kind of)
Categories: Angst, amnesia, established relationship
Length: Epic
Warnings: Character Death (kind of), AU from 2x03 but spoilers until the end of the series

Author on LJ: [profile] dorcas_gustine 
Website: n/a

Review:
Sam finally gets that transfer back to Hyde that he wanted from the beginning, Gene having forgotten that he'd even put in for it, but he isn't as eager to go as he thought he'd be.

This is a story in three parts; the author describes it as 'my infamous zombie!fic', so its a deathfic, but not really. And don't let the zombie description fool you into thinking its a horror either, apart from the usual kind of crazy you find in canon Life on Mars.

The author keeps the characters voices very close to true, and the way Sam and Gene avoid talking about things and yet still do in their round about way feels very true to the show. The sense of loss the characters feel when tragedy strikes is heartbreaking, but the way they all get on with things, their jobs especially, is again very similar to what we've seen occur on screen.

This fic made me cry and laugh, but most importantly provides some answers of the how and why Sam is in 1973 whilst leaving enough questions that you can imagine that the story and the characters continue beyond the final line.

All the editions of you (pt. 1) (pt. 2) (pt. 3)
Recced by [livejournal.com profile] fathomlessspite :

Title: All the editions of you by dorcas_gustine
Fandom: Life on Mars
Pairing: Sam/Gene, Sam/Annie (kind of)
Categories: Angst, amnesia, established relationship
Length: Epic
Warnings: Character Death (kind of), AU from 2x03 but spoilers until the end of the series

Author on LJ: [profile] dorcas_gustine 
Website: n/a

Review:
Sam finally gets that transfer back to Hyde that he wanted from the beginning, Gene having forgotten that he'd even put in for it, but he isn't as eager to go as he thought he'd be.

This is a story in three parts; the author describes it as 'my infamous zombie!fic', so its a deathfic, but not really. And don't let the zombie description fool you into thinking its a horror either, apart from the usual kind of crazy you find in canon Life on Mars.

The author keeps the characters voices very close to true, and the way Sam and Gene avoid talking about things and yet still do in their round about way feels very true to the show. The sense of loss the characters feel when tragedy strikes is heartbreaking, but the way they all get on with things, their jobs especially, is again very similar to what we've seen occur on screen.

This fic made me cry and laugh, but most importantly provides some answers of the how and why Sam is in 1973 whilst leaving enough questions that you can imagine that the story and the characters continue beyond the final line.

All the editions of you (pt. 1) (pt. 2) (pt. 3)
Recced by [livejournal.com profile] fathomlessspite :

Title: All the editions of you by dorcas_gustine
Fandom: Life on Mars
Pairing: Sam/Gene, Sam/Annie (kind of)
Categories: Angst, amnesia, established relationship
Length: Epic
Warnings: Character Death (kind of), AU from 2x03 but spoilers until the end of the series

Author on LJ: [profile] dorcas_gustine 
Website: n/a

Review:
Sam finally gets that transfer back to Hyde that he wanted from the beginning, Gene having forgotten that he'd even put in for it, but he isn't as eager to go as he thought he'd be.

This is a story in three parts; the author describes it as 'my infamous zombie!fic', so its a deathfic, but not really. And don't let the zombie description fool you into thinking its a horror either, apart from the usual kind of crazy you find in canon Life on Mars.

The author keeps the characters voices very close to true, and the way Sam and Gene avoid talking about things and yet still do in their round about way feels very true to the show. The sense of loss the characters feel when tragedy strikes is heartbreaking, but the way they all get on with things, their jobs especially, is again very similar to what we've seen occur on screen.

This fic made me cry and laugh, but most importantly provides some answers of the how and why Sam is in 1973 whilst leaving enough questions that you can imagine that the story and the characters continue beyond the final line.

All the editions of you (pt. 1) (pt. 2) (pt. 3)
Recced by [livejournal.com profile] fathomlessspite :

Title: All the editions of you by dorcas_gustine
Fandom: Life on Mars
Pairing: Sam/Gene, Sam/Annie (kind of)
Categories: Angst, amnesia, established relationship
Length: Epic
Warnings: Character Death (kind of), AU from 2x03 but spoilers until the end of the series

Author on LJ: [profile] dorcas_gustine 
Website: n/a

Review:
Sam finally gets that transfer back to Hyde that he wanted from the beginning, Gene having forgotten that he'd even put in for it, but he isn't as eager to go as he thought he'd be.

This is a story in three parts; the author describes it as 'my infamous zombie!fic', so its a deathfic, but not really. And don't let the zombie description fool you into thinking its a horror either, apart from the usual kind of crazy you find in canon Life on Mars.

The author keeps the characters voices very close to true, and the way Sam and Gene avoid talking about things and yet still do in their round about way feels very true to the show. The sense of loss the characters feel when tragedy strikes is heartbreaking, but the way they all get on with things, their jobs especially, is again very similar to what we've seen occur on screen.

This fic made me cry and laugh, but most importantly provides some answers of the how and why Sam is in 1973 whilst leaving enough questions that you can imagine that the story and the characters continue beyond the final line.

All the editions of you (pt. 1) (pt. 2) (pt. 3)
Recced by [livejournal.com profile] fathomlessspite :

Title: All the editions of you by dorcas_gustine
Fandom: Life on Mars
Pairing: Sam/Gene, Sam/Annie (kind of)
Categories: Angst, amnesia, established relationship
Length: Epic
Warnings: Character Death (kind of), AU from 2x03 but spoilers until the end of the series

Author on LJ: [profile] dorcas_gustine 
Website: n/a

Review:
Sam finally gets that transfer back to Hyde that he wanted from the beginning, Gene having forgotten that he'd even put in for it, but he isn't as eager to go as he thought he'd be.

This is a story in three parts; the author describes it as 'my infamous zombie!fic', so its a deathfic, but not really. And don't let the zombie description fool you into thinking its a horror either, apart from the usual kind of crazy you find in canon Life on Mars.

The author keeps the characters voices very close to true, and the way Sam and Gene avoid talking about things and yet still do in their round about way feels very true to the show. The sense of loss the characters feel when tragedy strikes is heartbreaking, but the way they all get on with things, their jobs especially, is again very similar to what we've seen occur on screen.

This fic made me cry and laugh, but most importantly provides some answers of the how and why Sam is in 1973 whilst leaving enough questions that you can imagine that the story and the characters continue beyond the final line.

All the editions of you (pt. 1) (pt. 2) (pt. 3)
Recced by [livejournal.com profile] fathomlessspite :

Title: All the editions of you by dorcas_gustine
Fandom: Life on Mars
Pairing: Sam/Gene, Sam/Annie (kind of)
Categories: Angst, amnesia, established relationship
Length: Epic
Warnings: Character Death (kind of), AU from 2x03 but spoilers until the end of the series

Author on LJ: [profile] dorcas_gustine 
Website: n/a

Review:
Sam finally gets that transfer back to Hyde that he wanted from the beginning, Gene having forgotten that he'd even put in for it, but he isn't as eager to go as he thought he'd be.

This is a story in three parts; the author describes it as 'my infamous zombie!fic', so its a deathfic, but not really. And don't let the zombie description fool you into thinking its a horror either, apart from the usual kind of crazy you find in canon Life on Mars.

The author keeps the characters voices very close to true, and the way Sam and Gene avoid talking about things and yet still do in their round about way feels very true to the show. The sense of loss the characters feel when tragedy strikes is heartbreaking, but the way they all get on with things, their jobs especially, is again very similar to what we've seen occur on screen.

This fic made me cry and laugh, but most importantly provides some answers of the how and why Sam is in 1973 whilst leaving enough questions that you can imagine that the story and the characters continue beyond the final line.

All the editions of you (pt. 1) (pt. 2) (pt. 3)

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